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TAKAGI RAMEN OFFER ISWARAN FREE RAMEN, ASKED HIM “DROP BY” WHEN HE’S ON THE WAY TO COURT

Former transport minister S Iswaran is facing a legal storm with 27 charges looming over him. As the court proceedings unfold, the possibility of months or even years behind bars hangs in the balance.

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In an unexpected turn, Takagi Ramen extends a unique thank-you gesture to Iswaran for his years of service. The offer? Unlimited ramen for six months at their Dhoby Ghaut outlet.

Takagi Ramen announced the offer to Iswaran via a Facebook post where they exclaimed their sadness at his high profile court case.

Citing the items that he allegedly received, Takagi Ramen said that they can’t offer private jets of VIP racing tickets but they can offer him 6 months of unlimited ramen, urging him to drop by their Dhoby Gaut outlet when he catches a train to the court nearby.

They said that they want to thank him for serving West Coast residents for the last 20 years.

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Takagi Ramen’s Offer on Facebook

Dear Minister Iswaran,

We are deeply saddened and disappointed to hear about the recent high profile court case involving you.

Sorry we don’t have any private jet or expensive racing VIP tickets to offer you but here is 6 months of unlimited ramen voucher for you on us! (Redeemable only at our latest Dhoby Ghaut MRT outlet, because you are our transport minister and it’s also nearer to ….court ). Do drop by when you catch a train nearby there okay?

Oh and lastly, thank you for serving West Coast Residents dedicatedly over the last 2 decades. You will be missed by many Singaporeans.

Sincerely,
Takagi Ramen Marketing Team

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Recap

Former Transport Minister S. Iswaran is facing a legal battle with 27 charges, including corruption, obtaining items from business associates, and obstruction of justice.

The charges, spanning from 2015 to 2021, involve alleged misconduct with notable figures, notably Ong Beng Seng, who played a significant role in bringing Formula One to Singapore in 2008. Iswaran is accused of obtaining gratification and valuable items from Ong, totaling about $384K.

Notably, he allegedly obstructed justice by repaying $5,700 for a business class flight ticket allegedly funded by Ong. Iswaran, 61, has pleaded not guilty and is currently out on bail, with his legal team seeking clarification on the reduced number of charges.

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